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against brazil and india in a way that we weren't just four years ago. we have to change. >> tom, you know, if president obama gets re-elected, he'll have the fiscal cliff to deal with in the short term. then, of course, questions about libya are not going to go away. if anything i think republicans will feel more em bodiened to question the president and state department on that story. of course, as willing as the left was to be loyal foot soldiers to get obama re-elected, i think they'll have sort of a shorter attention span and shorter patience for obama in a second term. they'll want him to make good on some of the promises that he made for the first term and didn't. it sounds like a nightmare to me. is there a small part of obama, you think, that is hoping maybe i don't need to win tomorrow. >> no, i don't think there's that. i think when you have a second term, you don't have to worry about re-election. you're much more your own man in so many ways. he can take on his own party, for example. now, i do think that the administration has failed miserably to come up with a coherent answe
more, what about china and india and the rest of the world? they may not be as equipped as we are, weather politically, or anything else to deal with this. we could do everything right and still be screwed. >> another hope is that, you know, noinnovation that could occur here could benefit the developing world. we have to wait and see. governing in a time of transition. what president obama could learn from another tall, cool, and cerebral president. best-seling author john pam meem chuch talks about his new book about thomas jefferson. that's next in the guest spot. ♪ [ male announcer ] jill and her mouth have lived a great life. but she has some dental issues she's not happy about. so i introduced jill to crest pro-health for life. selected for people over 50. pro-health for life is a toothpaste that defends against tender, inflamed gums, sensitivity and weak enamel. conditions people over 50 experience. crest pro-health for life. so jill can keep living the good life. crest. life opens up when you do. some people put everythingng intotheir name on the door, and their heart in
countries. india, the only one close at 46 million if you want to call that close. but for all the firearms out there, there's also fiery debate about gun rights and when recent tragedies like tucson or aurora, colorado, happen, both sides dig in even deeper. how do we reconcile the second amendment with the safety of innocent americans? today we have got a self-described liberal who argues simply disarming america is not the answer. craig whitney is a correspondent, and author of "living with guns, a liberal case for the second amendment." welcome, craig. >> thank you. >> so you outline a number of great arguments familiar to most gun owners like myself about the philosophical case for the second amendment. tell the skeptics out there on the other side why we need to learn to live with guns? >> because we as americans have had guns and had the individual right to keep and use firearms ever since the earliest colonial days. that's the right that was recognized by the second amendment. not created by, but recognized by it. it still exists today. the reason why they created -- why they wrote
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